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Susan Carland: Why she kicks ass
She is a Muslim Sociologist.
She is a lecturer in politics, sociology and gender studies at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.
She is a founding member and presenter on the comedy TV show Salam Cafe which presented views on life as a Muslim in Australia and the Islamic way of life. It won many Antenna Awards from 2005-2007; Best Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Program, Best Faith Based and Spiritual Development Program and Best Program that Supports New and Emerging Communities.
In 2004, she was named Australian Muslim of the Year.
She is listed as one of the international ‘Muslim Leaders of Tomorrow’ by the UN Alliance of Civilisations.
She is the co-creator of the Victorian Convert Support Service, and has managed the Islamic Council of Victoria’s youth wing, Grassroots.
In 2003, she gave the International Women’s Day address at Parliament House in Victoria. She has also spoken at Chatham House in London, the Muslim Professionals Forum in Malaysia, and has been a panellist for Issues Deliberation Australia, a public policy think-tank.
Susan has completed a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science and in 2007 she was completing her PhD, researching leadership challenges facing Western Muslim women.
She is a researcher for the Centre for Muslim Minorities and Islam Policy Studies at Monash University.
You can watch of her panel appearances here and her interviews here and here.
You can read some of her transcripts here (just scroll to the bottom).

Susan Carland: Why she kicks ass

  • She is a Muslim Sociologist.
  • She is a lecturer in politics, sociology and gender studies at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.
  • She is a founding member and presenter on the comedy TV show Salam Cafe which presented views on life as a Muslim in Australia and the Islamic way of life. It won many Antenna Awards from 2005-2007; Best Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Program, Best Faith Based and Spiritual Development Program and Best Program that Supports New and Emerging Communities.
  • In 2004, she was named Australian Muslim of the Year.
  • She is listed as one of the international ‘Muslim Leaders of Tomorrow’ by the UN Alliance of Civilisations.
  • She is the co-creator of the Victorian Convert Support Service, and has managed the Islamic Council of Victoria’s youth wing, Grassroots.
  • In 2003, she gave the International Women’s Day address at Parliament House in Victoria. She has also spoken at Chatham House in London, the Muslim Professionals Forum in Malaysia, and has been a panellist for Issues Deliberation Australia, a public policy think-tank.
  • Susan has completed a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science and in 2007 she was completing her PhD, researching leadership challenges facing Western Muslim women.
  • She is a researcher for the Centre for Muslim Minorities and Islam Policy Studies at Monash University.
  • You can watch of her panel appearances here and her interviews here and here.
  • You can read some of her transcripts here (just scroll to the bottom).
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